======= Fry is Louie's much more graphic-heavy, photogenic brother (still a Jekyll theme tho).
Add this line to your Jekyll site's Gemfile:
And add this line to your Jekyll site's
And then execute:
Or install it yourself as:
$ gem install fry
Here are a few general info fields to populate your new site right away.
title: Fry baseurl: "/fry" favicon: "/assets/ico.png" g_analytics: UA-12345678-1 header: name of your site here desc: > description of your site, can be a quick bio if it's a portfolio. It supports HTML so add your links, imgs, whatever!
Social media links
To add links to your social sites (linkedin, twitter, etc) below the bio, create a file named
social.yml in your
_data folder (which you may not have created yet). Inside it, follow the following format:
- title: Twitter url: http://twitter.com/lllychen - title: Github url: http://github.com/lllychen/fry # and so on...
The default format for dates is
%Y-%m-%d, which displays January 2nd, 2017 as
2017-01-02. However, you can customize it according to this in
_config.yml such as follows:
This site is organized by sets of photos, which are each essentially a Jekyll post. To add a new one, create a new post and in the front matter, follow the example below:
layout: post title: name of your project or the like photos: unique-id-for-your-photo: path/to or url
The unique ID for each photo will be important as it is needed for the lightbox to work properly.
The theme is available as open source under the terms of the MIT License.
Images collected by New Old Stock